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|Owner(s)||Le Temps SA|
|Editor-in-chief||Pierre Veya (since May 2010)|
|Political alignment||Centre; social-liberalism|
|Headquarters||Place de Cornavin 3
1211 Geneva 2
Published Monday through Saturday, the newspaper has several supplements (Thursday: "Sortir" cultural diary; Friday: "Carrières" job and management; Saturday: "Samedi culturel"; and special features for the week-end), thematic special editions, a website and digital applications.
Its publisher, Le Temps SA, is held by ER Publishing at eighty-two percent, which, in turn, is fifty-percent owned by Edipresse Group and fifty-percent owned by Ringier Group. The remaining eighteen-percent ownership is held by Claude Demole (seven percent), employees (six percent) and Le Monde newspaper (five percent).
Le Temps[clarification needed] has an advertising agency, Le Temps Media (Publicitas).
The newspaper's editor-in-chief, since May 2010, has been Pierre Veya. Previous editors were Eric Hoesli, from 1998 to 2002; and Jean-Jacques Roth, from 2002 to 2010.
The newspaper's publisher recently[timeframe?] began to digitize its archives of the newspaper's predecessors, Journal de Genève-Gazette de Lausanne and Le Nouveau Quotidien. With assistance of the Swiss national and regional libraries, the publisher offers 200 years of independent Swiss press, available on the Internet at www.letempsarchives.ch.
Notes and references
- (French) Official website
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